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    Mousey just made me buy 4 kilos of Rosewood hay cookies

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Mousey just made me buy 4 kilos of Rosewood hay cookies
    I hope she'll like them! Mousey doesn't care that you planned on not buying any new hay for now; she made you buy the hay cookies anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Mousey just made me buy 4 kilos of Rosewood hay cookies

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    Considering she can't control her limbs very well she does an excellent job at mind control

    I hope she likes them too. i think Rosewood ones have generally been the highest ranked in our warren. I'm pretty sure J&B will help out if necessary though they make a right mess on the carpet

    What hay should I buy next?

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    I'm interested in BYB's preferred fancypants hay from overseas, not that I know anything about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Considering she can't control her limbs very well she does an excellent job at mind control

    I hope she likes them too. i think Rosewood ones have generally been the highest ranked in our warren. I'm pretty sure J&B will help out if necessary though they make a right mess on the carpet

    What hay should I buy next?
    Hay cookies just seem to be a messy toy

    Have you tried sweet green hay from nature’s own?

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    My guys have just been trying the ryegrass hay I got for the ponies as an emergency but it's too rich for them longterm - the buns seems to think it's amazing though! Be great if they like it, I can get 12kg compressed bags from the agri store on the way to work so a bit more convenient. Happy to send a handful if anyone wants to try it who can get it locally - it's M&T Haylage company ryegrass hay.

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    Also, mine like the blocks, but they seem to prefer them once they've been out a week or two, then they soften up a little and are maybe easier to get into - once they start they demolish them, but there is a big element of play involved!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    Hay cookies just seem to be a messy toy

    Have you tried sweet green hay from nature’s own?
    yeah TBH they weren't that fussed. Half off them were off loaded to Pepper & Tulip in their scooby snack shed box

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollyanna View Post
    My guys have just been trying the ryegrass hay I got for the ponies as an emergency but it's too rich for them longterm - the buns seems to think it's amazing though! Be great if they like it, I can get 12kg compressed bags from the agri store on the way to work so a bit more convenient. Happy to send a handful if anyone wants to try it who can get it locally - it's M&T Haylage company ryegrass hay.
    Sounds fab. Are yours good hay eaters?

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